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3rd Annual Microsoft Advertising Bowl-Off [Pics]

By Dave Forde / March 28, 2013

Last night a few hundred of Toronto’s advertising professionals gathered to compete in the 3rd Annual Microsoft Advertising Bowl-Off. Once again the Microsoft Advertising Canada crew brought their A game, and got decked out in fitting outfits based on this year’s theme of “MSA High, Class of 2013” Enjoy the pictures below:

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The New Cross Screen Engagement Roundtable

By Dave Forde / March 28, 2013

Earlier this week, Microsoft hosted an invitation only event called “The New Cross Screen Engagement Roundtable,” and the event focused on increasingly reliant on surfaces such as laptops, mobile phones, tablets, televisions and gaming consoles for inspiration, information, communication and entertainment. The hyper-mobile nature of these devices is changing the way publishers drive content and the way marketers

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Spring's In The Air, Birds Are Flying To Canada , And So Is Twitter

By Dave Forde / March 28, 2013

We’ve mention in the past that it was only a matter of time before Twitter set up shop in Toronto. With the largest number of Canadian head quarters, an office in Toronto only makes sense. We’ve all known for months that the social network with over 200,000 users will be filling its initial public offer (IPO) very soon. They also set up partnership with Vancouver-based HootSuite.

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Breaking: Mary Lepage To Head Up Sales At JUICE Mobile?

By Dave Forde / March 26, 2013

Since posting our story yesterday, “JUICE Mobile About To Make A Major Hire” our traffic and tip line have been blowing up. We’ve now gotten reports that Mary Lepage will be taking on the role at JUICE Mobile. Mary arrives from Rogers where she was the Sales Director, Digital since December 2011.

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Water Cooler: Shifts, Shuffles, Smith Takes On More At Metro

By Dave Forde / March 26, 2013

The water cool has been pretty busy this week, over the last few days we’ve been getting some repots that Metro has laid off a few of their staff on the marketing team. Part of the changes has resulted in Jeff Smith taking on more responsible, which also will include on staff shuffles